"Love your neighbour as you love yourself."

5N - Out of School Learning

Hello 5N, from Mrs Young

We hope you all had a restful and enjoyable half term. We are looking forward to a summer term full of exciting learning activities - please see below for the resources.

Class novel- There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom

Chapter 1   read by Mrs. Young

Chapter 2   read by Mrs Black

Chapter 3   Part 1 read by Mrs Davies - Bradley introduces us to his animal friends.

Chapter 3   Part 2 read by Mrs Davies - Mum books a parent's appointment

Chapter 4   Bradley's mum meets Mrs Ebbel, Bradley's teacher

Chapter 5 - Bradley find out he has to meet Carla the counsellor

Chapter 6 -  Jeff opens the WRONG DOOR!

 Chapter 7 - Jeff meets Carla the counsellor

Chapter 8 - Oh no - here come the girls (Colleen, Lori and Melinda)!

 Chapter 9 - Bradley finally meets Carla the counsellor

Chapter 10 - Oh no, Bradley meets the girls again!

Chapter 11 - Bradley is persuaded homework IS a good thing but not until he's beaten up the girls first.

Chapter 12 - Colleen discusses her birthday plans with Carla (the counsellor).

 Chapter 13 - Bradleys meets Carla again but declares he doesn't want Jeff to have friends.

Chapter 14 - Bradley wants to do his homework with Jeff but what are his major plans beforehand?

Chapter 15 - Bradley recovers by playing with his true friends.

Chapter 16 - How will Bradley dare to go to school with a black eye?

 Chapter 17 - What will Jeff do when he gets invited to play basketball with the other boys?

 Chapter 18 - How do Bradley and Jeff react to each other? 

New chapters w/c 29th June



Chapter 19 - What tall tales does Jeff tell Carla when he next visits?

Chapter 20 - Colleen visits Carla for a second time to discuss her birthday party

Chapter 21 - Bradley, sporting a black eye, visits Carla again to discuss what he thinks of himself.

Chapter 22 - What is on Bradley's list of topics he could discuss?

Chapter 23 - The discussion takes an interesting turn.


Based on last week's home learning, director Rob Sanders talks about the importance of colour in adverts

Isambard's uncle and award winning director , explains about the importance of colour when filming an advert. Take a look at his Royal Mail advert and see if you can spot the dominant colours and see where they are positioned.


Click this link: 5S plan w/c 29th June 

Literacy Resources: Playscrips


Newbury library summer reading challenge:



Features of a play script PowerPoint

Hey Diddle Diddle


Writing a play script PowerPoint

Writing planning frame

Friday Checklist for features of a play script

Maths Resources: Week 10


Lesson 1 - Measure with a protractor (available in school office)



Lesson 2 - Drawing lines and angles accurately



Lesson 3 - Calculate angles on a straight line


Thursday Lesson 4 - Calculate angles around a point



 Family challenge - On White Rose website

Extra Challenge

 Challenge questions week 10

Curriculum Resources:

History of canals: Life on the English waterways

History of canals: Life on canals - shorter version

Science: Changes in Old age PowerPoint

Science: Old age the facts Extension information sheet

Science: Old age the facts extension worksheet

Science: Changes in old age resource pack.

There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom - Bradley and Jeff comparison sheet